Crime Reports

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Thefts and vandalism reported

* A Lewisburg woman reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department someone used her identity at an AT&T store in Maryland, buying three iPhone 5s phones and adding three phone numbers to her account for a total of $2,500 in extra charges over the next two years. The victim found out about the identity theft when she got an email from AT&T thanking her for her purchases.

* A Chapel Hill man reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department that, after a domestic altercation, his ex-girlfriend took four checks out of his checkbook, made them out to herself, forged his signature, and cashed the checks for a total of $650. The victim did not discover the theft until he went to the bank to check on an overdraft.

* Between 2 p.m. Feb. 28 and 10 a.m. March 2, a white 1989 Volvo worth $600 was stolen from where it was parked at the owner's home on West Commerce Street.

* A Lewisburg woman reported to police someone made over $500 in purchases using her Direct Credit Express card on March 6.

* Sometime between 4:30 p.m. Feb. 28 and 12:30 p.m. March 4, a screen door window pane at a home on Old Lake Road was busted out, and everything on the front porch was thrown into the yard. The glass will cost an estimated $100 to replace.

Arrested and charged with two counts of rape of a child

* Johnathan Leonard, 22, Cornersville Road. Bond: $196,000; court date: March 18. Also charged with two counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, possession of marijuana for sale and delivery, and possession of a weapon during the commission of a dangerous felony.

Arrested and charged with child abuse

* Brian S. Kilmer, 39, Coble Meadows Drive. Bond and court date not stated.

Arrested and charged with domestic assault

* Terri Lynn Pack, 35, Petersburg. Bond and court date not stated.

* Jordan A. Rodrigues, 25, Collier Road. Bond: $1,000; court date: March 11.

Arrested on a warrant for domestic assault

* Kimberly D. Winchester, 38, Wiles Lane. Bond: $1,000; court date: April 1.

* Rebecca Armengolt, 23, Columbia. Bond: $1,500; court date: April 7. Also charged with vandalism.

Arrested and charged with public intoxication

* April L. Whitehead, 40, 4th Avenue. Bond: $500; court date: April 14.

Cited for simple possession of marijuana

* Amber Beth Cobble, 19, 8th Avenue South. Court date: April 7. Also cited for lights required on motor vehicle and minor in possession of alcohol.

Arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license

* Brent J. Dunkle, 36, Globe Road. Bond: $1,000; court date: April 14. Also cited for operating a motor vehicle without proper lighting, and failure to provide proof of insurance.

Cited for driving on a suspended license

* Cody D. Marks, 30, 3rd Avenue North. Also cited for not wearing a seatbelt and failure to provide proof of insurance. Court date not stated. Marks had active warrants in Lincoln County and was picked up by officers from there.

* Tracy I. Urquhart, 39, 1st Avenue North. Court date: April 7. Also cited for expired registration.

Arrested and charged with driving on a revoked license

* Jorge Z. Zarate, 33, McClure Street. Bond: $500; court date: April 14.

* Lori Morton, 27, Maple Street. Bond: $500; court date: April 7.

Arrested on a failure-to-appear warrant

* Roberto Romero, 29, Maple Street. Bond; $5,000; court date: April 7.

* Dexter L. Tucker, 21, Antioch, Tenn. Bond: $500; court date not stated.

* Paul A. Parson, 33, Shelbyville. Bond: $500; court date: March 18.

Arrested on a probation-violation warrant

* Johnathan T. Tyree, 20, West Commerce Street. Bond: $500; court date: April 29.

* Raymond S. McDaniel, 51, Old Belfast Road. Released on his own recognizance; court date: April 1.

* Emmanuelle R. Johnson, 36, Franklin Pike. Held without bond for a hearing on March 5, after which she was released. Johnson was placed on Community Corrections for three years, following a guilty plea last year. On Nov. 25 she was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement at the Community Corrections office and held in Davidson County and in Louisiana, thus causing her to violate her probation because she was not able to report as ordered.